Do you like dark chocolate or milk chocolate?
I have to say, I've become a dark chocolate convert...YUM!
I like dark chocolate as well. I find those with 70% cacao still tasty but lately I tried one with 85% cacao and that was a bit too much for my taste. There are health benefits to dark chocolate too - they contain less sugar for example.
I love dark chocolate and I keep it in the fridge because I like it cold.
I love all kinds of chocolates. But dark chocolates are healthier, so I try to get dark most of the time.
Dark chocolate. I was so very happy to find out that is is actually "good for you"!
Dark for sure is my favorite! Has been since I was very young/
I prefer the milk chocolate for its greater sweetness. Personally, I think of dark chocolate as best for baking.
Milk chocolate with almonds, peanuts, peanut butter-just about anything!
Milk all the way. Dark is better for us but, Milk tastes better!
I agree with what MickS says. I like the bittersweet taste of dark chocolate.
Dark chocolate, sometimes with a hint of other flavours such as orange or spices
Thank you all, as you can see my fave is the Lindt dark chocolate....(drool)....delicious!
I think they both have there place. I prefer milk chocolate through the day and dark chocolate at night. Definately prefer them cold.
I prefer milk chocolate, but would definitely eat dark chocolate if there was no milk chocolate around!
BOTH! They are both delicious treats! I guess it depends on the mood.
I pretend that dark chocolate is my favorite because it is apparently healthier for you, but if I'm being completely honest, I love milk chocolate.
Chocolate is chocolate! lol love it. Plain I prefer milk chocolate. Paired with different types of nuts or nougat I prefer Milk Chocolate....it just goes together to me. Now for anything fruity I prefer dark chocolate especially raspberries, and strawberries....Yum
by Holisticity 6 years ago
Which do you prefer - Dark chocolate, milk chocolate or white chocolate?Dark chocolate for me please! *mouth watering*
by Corey 6 years ago
White chocolate, milk chocolate or dark chocolate. Which is your favorite and why?I have a close friend who does not like chocolate at all. He is not allergic. He just does not like chocolate. I find that strange so, I am curious about your preferences and why.
by alian346 7 years ago
What is your favourite type of chocolate?There are many types of chocolate eg white chocolate, milk chocolate, semisweet chocolate, bittersweet chocolate and unsweetened chocolate. Which is your favourite and why?
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
Which is the best: milk, dark, or white chocolate, and which brand do you prefer?
by Matt Wells 6 years ago
What are the differences and similarities between dark, white and milk chocolate?
by Keely Deuschle 3 years ago
Do you prefer milk chocolate or the semi- or bitter-sweet chocolates?If you prefer dark chocolates, what is the highest percentage of cocoa that you care for without it being too bitter for you? For me, anything between 80-90% is great!
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